June 9, 2008 - Kucinich Reads Impeachment Articles 33, 34 and 35 in the House

Articles 33, 34, 35

(separated videos below the fold)

Article 33

Article 34

Article 35

Four hours and 38 minutes of Kucinich kicking ass;

Don't forget...

Article II and Article 21...

Do these people deserve to know how and why their loved ones were murdered? Do we deserve to know how and why 9/11 happened?

Dennis Kucinich - Alex Jones, Randi Rhodes

Wednesday February 20, 2008

Alex Jones interviews Dennis Kucinich, Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives about new congressional hearings into aspects of the 9/11 attacks

(Full interview sans breaks 6.2 Meg 23 Minutes )


Thursday January 17, 2008

Randi Rhodes Chats With Dennis Kucinich About His Exclusion From The NBC/GE "War On Freedumb" Presidential Debates.


Randi's new hangout:

Wednesday January 16, 2008

Dennis Kucinich And Alex Jones Join Forces To Help Restore Our Badly Bruised Electoral System By Battling Dark Forces In The Ongoing New Hampshire Primary Recount


I love this guy!

Go Dennis! I have been a big fan of his for years! ONE HONEST GUY!

last, but not least- their achilles heel:

Article XXXIII
Repeatedly Ignored and Failed to Respond to High Level Intelligence Warnings of Planned Terrorist Attacks in the US, Prior to 911.

Article XXXIV
Obstruction of the Investigation into the Attacks of September 11, 2001.

Article XXXV
Endangering the Health of 911 First Responders.

9/11 Family Steering Committee Review of the 9/11 Commission Report:

Complete 9/11 Timeline

Dennis closet Truther!

It's not so much a matter of

It's not so much a matter of him being a closet truther, he's been pretty vocal about his concerns with the official account.

Justin A. Martell

In a soldier's stance, I aimed my hand at the mongrel dogs who teach! Fearing not that I'd become my enemy in the instant that I preach! My pathway led by confusion boats...mutiny from stern to bow!

It took a while

Yes, it took Dennis a while longer than I hoped, but he did finally come through. God bless him. Now, if only the media would cover the story- if only the people would get loud and protest- if only our Representatives would do their job rather than worry about their job...
Yes, Dennis did finally come through, but I am not hopeful that anything will come of it. At least he can say he tried.

Dennis for VP!


I would like to take this moment to decry George Orwell's utter failure of imagination.

no blowjob

Forget it as far as the corporate tedia is concerned.

Show "Who gives a rat's ass about impeachment?" by Dearth

Why post it...

It's significant in its ability to rouse the nation. We are all waiting for the straw that breaks the camel's back. And any move in that direction is welcome as far as I'm concerned.

This guy is doing the right thing!

So what if the rest of them are too scared or have been compromised to stand up for the Truth. Everyman has to live with his decisions and his actions. Sometimes when you know the people around you are wrong you have to say so. Dennis was the most sincere, smartest, and patriotic Democratic Candidate on the stage. If the election was between Dennis Kuncinich and Ron Paul what a great country this would be, and I would sleep better at night.

So where's

Ron Paul?

Don't worry

He's starting a third party to challenge Bob Barr and John McCain.

There seems to be some problems.

Started with Anita Bryant and Ronald Reagan.

Oh, how slowly they learn.

Ron Paul Starting 3rd Party Run?

With the Libertarian, Constitution and possible Paul 3rd party taking votes from McCain, Barack "Bilderberg" Obama may be a decisive winner.

But no matter - the only way to bust up the 2 party monopoly is to get an independent 3rd party squarely on the map.

Democrats? Repulicans?


We already had a third party

It was called, "The Democratic Leadership Council."

And they held the Presidency before the current dung beetle.

And their reign just ended.

The other "Third Party" though, the NeoCons, which kind of blurs the lines, is still maintaining an iron-fisted grip on their power.

"D's" and "R's" don't matter it's true.

Good vs. Evil is the perpetual fight.

June 11th, 2008 1:52

June 11th, 2008 1:52 am
House to Vote on Sending Impeachment Articles to Committee

By Molly K. Hooper / CQ Politics

House members are set to vote Wednesday on sending articles of impeachment against President Bush to the Judiciary Committee.

The 35 articles were offered by Dennis J. Kucinich , D-Ohio, who has pushed his caucus to do more to challenge the White House regarding the run-up to the Iraq War.

Democratic Party leaders have spent nearly a year and a half reining in their caucus on this topic, determined to show that the party is more focused on getting out of Iraq than on how the nation got into Iraq.

Kucinich argues Bush abused his power “to manufacture a false case for war against Iraq.”

On Monday, Kucinich spent about four and a half hours reading the full impeachment text into the Congressional Record.

Under House rules, the chamber must act on the measure within two days.

Judiciary Chairman John Conyers Jr. , D-Mich., declined to say whether his committee would consider the articles.

Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer , questioning whether impeachment hearings were the right use of time remaining on this year’s election-shortened calendar, defended Congress’ record on confronting Bush.

“This Congress, for the first time since this president has been in office, is holding him accountable, doing oversight in terms of Iraq and Afghanistan, domestic policy, and international civil liberties and civil rights,” said Hoyer, D-Md.

Although many view a referral to committee as a burial for the resolution, Kucinich insisted that “referring it to committee indicates that there should be hearings on this.”

He said the record to support impeachment is “so voluminous and well-documented” that hearings ought to be held.

Kucinich said he and his staff originally put together 60 articles of impeachment but cut that list to what he described as the “most powerful” allegations.

Important ... because it's true.

Exposing to the nation that the regime is criminal in nature, completely out of control of oversight, and that the Democrats are enabling this crime spree is quite important. It shatters the red white and bullshit myth about our system of government. It makes it harder for the mooing morons to ignore that everything they have been told about America is pretty much a lie.

This is not a nation of laws.

70 Disturbing Facts About 9/11

John Doraemi publishes Crimes of the State Blog

johndoraemi --at-- yahoo.com.

House votes to send impeachment resolution to Judiciary Committe

une 11th, 2008 4:20 pm
House votes to send impeachment resolution to Judiciary Committee

By Nick Juliano / Raw Story

The House of Representatives voted Wednesday to send articles of impeachment against President Bush to the Judiciary Committee for review.

The impeachment resolution’s sponsor, Rep. Dennis Kucinich, requested a recorded vote on the motion around 3 p.m. Wednesday, and 24 Republicans joined nearly all Democrats in voting to send the impeachment measure to the committee.

The motion passed 251-166.

“It is imperative that Members of Congress have a thorough opportunity to read the Articles of Impeachment and study the documentation,” Kucinich said in a news release Tuesday. “When they do, I am confident that they will agree that it is both appropriate and necessary for the Judiciary Committee to begin hearings on the Resolution.”

Kucinich took to the floor of the House Monday evening to read his 35 articles of impeachment, accusing Bush of war crimes, breaking his oath of office and misleading Americans to launch an illegal invasion of Iraq. The Ohio Democrat said impeachment was the only way to keep Bush from launching another invasion of Iran.

The Judiciary Committee, chaired by Rep. John Conyers (D-MI), already has before it articles of impeachment aimed at Vice President Dick Cheney. Since receiving that impeachment measure in November, the committee has done nothing.

Democratic leaders in the House seem determined to block the latest impeachment measure as well, and it remains all-but-impossible that the House would proceed with impeachment hearings before Bush leaves office.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi is sticking by her earlier pledge to make sure impeaching Bush and Cheney is an option that remains strictly “off the table.”

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